I did a test to see which Microsoft Surface keyboard is better, the ‘Touch’ or the ‘Type’. I put the two Surface keyboards up for the ultimate words per minute (wpm) battle. The result was very clear. I had much more experience with the Touch that came with the Surface, although I felt the Type was easier to use. Keep reading to find out the winner.
I make a lot of desserts. I want to tell you about the best one I have made so far.
Tuesday night, 7pm. I thought I didn’t have enough time to make dinner but I certainly had enough time to make dessert! I decided I would make something that I had the ingredients for, or at least most of them. I scanned the recipe ingredients quickly and swapped Violet Crumble with Chopped Honeycomb. Continue reading →
This term at school we had to do our Year 5 assignment about rainforests for our Guided Inquiry Project. I did a lot of research on rainforests and I learnt many new facts.
I also did a video and I had a lot of fun making it. I went to Tree Top Adventure Park, which is in Ourimbah State Forest, just north of Sydney. It was such a fun day going there and I got to use my GoPro for something useful. Continue reading →
I was looking for a simple way to play music all around my house. Our house has an amplifier and we have the new XBox One and the Apple TV. I knew both devices could play music and I was curious to see which device would be the easiest to play on our home amp.
I first tried the combination of Microsoft’s Surface 2 and the Xbox One. Then I tried Apple’s iPad with the Apple TV. Continue reading →
It has been an exciting journey on Khan Academy earning my first 50,000 points.
I am 9 years old and about to turn 10 and I have been using Khan Academy in my spare time. I find it an amazing program and I have learnt so much about maths, computer programming and many other cool, interesting topics. Continue reading →
A few of us in year 4 were selected to do Extension Literacy. Although I knew this meant extra work for my weekends, I was excited because I was finally able to use Edmodo, which is like Facebook but for students and teachers. I had seen my big sister Eve using Edmodo last year and I thought it looked pretty cool.
Below you will see my “Asia and Australia” assignment and some parts were really hard! The bit I really liked was discovering how to use Google Maps. You can create your own personal map with pins on different places. Continue reading →
Dragon Box is a maths game to help kids learn algebra. My dad discovered the game and told me to try it out. I finished the game in one week and it had 5 chapters and 20 levels on each chapter. That’s 100 rounds all together, all done in about 2 hours! Continue reading →